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Re: What is the purpose of twin stick shifters?
Well, first off, let's throw this on the table. The D300 will not work in a YJ without either swapping in a different front end(like I did), or flipping the D300 with a proper flipkit. The reason is because an NP231 has the drop of the front output shaft on the driverside, where as a D300 has it on the passenger side. As for a SYE, you do not need this with a D300 as it already has a fixed yoke. If you were asking about an SYE for your current tcase and your 4" lift, it probably wouldn't hurt to put on in. You more than likely can get by with just dropping the tcase a bit, but I don't know for sure...each Jeep is different. Usually anytime that you modify your drivetrain, either shortening or lengthening it, or lifting the Jeep, you need to have your driveshaft modified, or have a custom one built. Hope I've been somewhat of a help, and I'm pretty sure most my info is correct. Someone speak up if it isn't.